updated October 3rd, 2020





Charity Golf Tournament in Chesham (UK)

Doing good in the midst of the pandemic – that was what a Beaconsfield physician and ...





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Charity Golf Tournament in Chesham (UK)

his wife had in mind, even if it was on his birthday. With the support of IPA-UK it was already the third time he organised a golf tournament to ensure health care in rural areas of Albania.

In early September, 51 golf enthusiasts finally came together to compete in an event that had to be postponed because of the Coranavirus. Of course it was necessary to adapt the procedures accordingly. "This was extra work," said Diana Wallace of IPA-UK, "but it was well worth it." The weather was ideal, and there were sponsors for different holes. Private donors offered the prizes, so it was very attractive for whoeverparticipated. The concept worked out fine: well-humoured golfers and proceeds amounting to over 3,000 pounds was the result of a successful day – what a happy birthday for organiser Steve Brown. Well-equipped medical dispensaries will benefit thousands of patients in Albania for another year.




Steve Brown: organiser, participant and jubilarian